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Texas2020-07-20T18:05:19+00:00

TEXAS

The Texas Education Agency published FY 19 school-by-school spending data on the federal accountability report card. The report card includes per-pupil spending broken out by sources of funds and by services. Explore the Texas spending data below or jump directly to the Texas Education Agency School Report Cards HERE.

WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM THE REPORT CARD ABOUT PER SCHOOL SPENDING

OTHER QUESTIONS TO ASK & HOW TO FIND THE ANSWERS

Go to your district’s report card and scroll down to the “Per-Pupil Expenditure” section. Click on “Campus Level PPE Summary Report” to get a list of every school in the district and their per-pupil spending results.

Texas does not have an online option to directly compare your school’s spending to state or district averages. To conduct the comparison, go to your school’s report card to gather spending data. Then go to your district’s report card and the state report card to gather the averages.

Texas does not have on online comparison option to compare spending with demographics.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View each comparison school’s report card to gather demographic and spending details. Demographics are toward the top of the page and spending information is toward the bottom.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

The Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) includes downloadable files containing demographics data for all schools and districts in the state. Download the demographics you wish to compare and select your comparison schools. Then, view each comparison school’s report card to gather spending data.

Texas does not have on online comparison option to compare spending with outcomes or demographics.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View each comparison school’s report card to gather outcomes, demographic and spending details.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

The Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) includes downloadable files containing demographic and outcomes data for all schools and districts in the state. Download the demographics and outcomes information you wish to compare and select your comparison schools. Then, view each comparison school’s report card to gather spending data.

Texas does not have an online option to directly compare your school’s spending on services to state or district averages. However, per-pupil spending is broken out by business, food services, instruction and other support services. To conduct a comparison, go to your school’s report card to gather spending on services. Then go to your district’s report card and the state report card to gather the averages.

Texas does not have an online option to directly compare your school’s spending on services with demographics. However, per-pupil spending is broken out by business, food services, instruction and other support services.

I know which school(s) I want to compare.

View each comparison school’s report card to gather demographic data and spending by service.

I do not know which schools I want to compare.

The Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) includes downloadable files containing demographic data for all schools and districts in the state. Download the demographics you wish to compare and select your comparison schools. Then, view each comparison school’s report card to gather spending data by service.

MORE ABOUT TEXAS

The Texas Education Agency also produces individual school report cards that include per-pupil expenditures, student demographics, and student outcomes data for each campus across the state. These reports meet state reporting requirements and are available on the Texas State Accountability report card. If you have any questions about the data reported by Texas or feedback on its report card, please reach out to the Accountability Research Department via email at research@tea.texas.gov.